Acupuncture Courses in India

When one thinks of India, the word “acupuncture” doesn’t exactly spring to mind. While living there for four months this past winter, however, I was quite moved to learn that acupuncture is becoming more widely practiced as the efficacy of the medicine gains recognition. The people of India are very practical. If they see that something works, they use it.
The village where I volunteered for two weeks last February is called Amanda Nagar. It is located in the state of West Bengal in northeast India. Each morning at the clinic, I sat opposite an Indian acupuncturist who translated for me. He would ask the patient in Bengali what the main complaint was, then translate as I asked further questions, felt the pulse, and looked at the tongue.

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